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Montana Secretary of State - Election and Voter Information
2000 Montana Democratic Presidential Primary Results
June 6, 2000
Al Gore 78.7%
no preference 21.3%
2000 Montana Republican Presidential Primary Results
June 6, 2000
George W. Bush 78.1%
Alan Keyes 18.4%
no preference 3.5%

2000 Montana Congressional and Statewide Primary Results
June 6, 2000
Predictions, Notes, List of State Parties
Governor, 79.6% in '96, Marc Racicot (R) barred from 3rd term, Next election in 2000,
D.C.'s Political Report's Prediction: 50% Democratic, Rothenberg Report: Toss Up, Campaign & Election's Odds: 1:1, Congressional Quarterly's ranking: Leans Republican,
State Auditor Mark O'Keefe (D) 48.1%, Secretary of State Mike Cooney (D) 16.2%, Attorney General Joe Mazurek (D) 35.7%, Lt. Gov. Judy Martz (R) 56.8%, law school professor Robert G. "Rob" Natelson (R) 43.2%, Stan Jones (L),
Lt. Governor, Next election in 2000, Judy Martz (R) running for Governor
D.C.'s Political Report's Prediction: 50% Democratic
O'Keefe's running mate / St. Rep. Carol Williams (D) 48.1%, Mazurek's running mate / '92 Governor nominee Dorothy Bradley (D) 35.7%, Cooney's running mate / St. Rep. Diana Wyatt (D) 16.2%, Martz's running mate/ St. Rep. Karl Ohs (R) 56.8%, Natelson's running mate / St. Sen. Thomas F. "Tom" Keating (R) 43.2%, warehouseman Michael Kaszula (L),
Attorney General, Next election in 2000, Joseph Mazurek (D) running for Governor
D.C.'s Political Report's Prediction: 50% Republican
attorney Mike McGrath (D) 70.1%, Exec. Ass't Att. Gen. Steve Bullock (D) 29.9%, ex-St. Rep. Jim Rice (R),
Secretary of State, Next election in 2000, Mike Cooney (D) running for Governor
D.C.'s Political Report's Prediction: 50% Democratic,
St. Rep. Hal Harper (D) 63.4%, developer Paul Tuss (D) 36.6%, ex-St. Sen. Bob Brown (R) 66.8%, accountant Russell K. Fillner (R) 33.2%, mental health case manager J. R. Myers (Rfm), '98 Congressional nominee Mike Fellows (L),
Auditor, Next election in 2000, Mark O'Keefe (D) running for Governor
D.C.'s Political Report's Prediction: 50% Democratic,
attorney John Morrison (D) 58.4%, St. Rep. David Ewer (D) 24.2%, St. Sen. Barry "Spook" Stang (D) 17.3%, Joyce Schmidt (R) 50.1%, St. Rep. Bruce T. Simon (R) 49.9%, state party chair Rebecca Scott (NL),
School Superintendent, Nancy Keenan (D) running for U.S. House, Next election in 2000
D.C.'s Political Report's Prediction: 50% Democratic
St. Rep. Linda McCulloch (D) 34.4%, Ass't Superintendent Gail Gray (D) 34.1%, principal Mike Schwinden (D) 31.4%, investment adviser Elaine Sollie Herman (R) 28.9%, State School Board member Wayne Buchanan (R) 24.5%, Montana School Board Association Exec. Dir. Bob Anderson (R) 27.9%, teacher Dennis Johnson (R) 18.9%, Larry D. Foust (Rfm),
Senator, 62% in '94, 2nd term, Next election in 2000
D.C.'s Political Report's Prediction: 63% Republican, Roll Call's Outlook: Leans Republican, Campaign & Election's Odds: 2:1 Republican, Congressional Quarterly's ranking: Republican Favored, Stuart Rothenberg's rating: Republican Watch List
rancher Brian Schweitzer (D) 66.4%, ex-St. House Speaker John Driscoll (D) 33.6%, Conrad Burns (R) real estate broker Sam Rankin (Rfm)
At-Large Congressional District, 53.0% in '98, 2nd term, Rick Hill (R) retiring
D.C.'s Political Report's Prediction: 63% Democratic, Roll Call's Outlook: Toss Up, Campaign & Election's Odds: 1:1, Congressional Quarterly's ranking: No Clear Favorite, Stuart Rothenberg: Most Vulnerable, identified by The Associated Press as a Key House Race, one of HotlineScoop's 20 Hottest Races, identified by Washington Post as one of the Hottest Races, National Republican Congressional Committee: Leans Republican,
St. School Superintendent Nancy Ann Keenan (D) ex-Lt. Gov. / '96 U.S. Senate nominee Dennis Rehberg (R) retailer James L. Tikalsky (L)

1. Bold indicates incumbent. Yellow district indicates open races. Blue boxes indicates winner. Red print indicates change in party control.

2. Key to Party Identification.
(D) = Democratic Party
(L) = Libertarian Party
(NL) = Natural Law Party
(Rfm) = Reform Party
(R) = Republican Party


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